Polled Hereford Cattle Grazing, Nebraska

This image shows a decent sized herd of Hereford cattle, called polled because their horns are absent due to a natural genetic mutation.

Dunlap-Henline Publishers, North Platte, Nebraska

The description states:

Cattle grazing on the range in the sandhills of Nebraska.

NEBRASKA — “The Cornhusker State”

White Face Cattle, Typical Scene of one of the largest cattle ranches in the world.

–This image likely dates from the 1960s.

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